Device as a service makes IT agile, predictable and transparent

We’ve got software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), even disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) among a host of “as a service” offerings – so it was only a matter of time until device as a service (DaaS) came into its own. It’s not too obvious why it...

Meeting the challenges of the changing workplace

The nature of work is changing. In a mobile-first, cloud-first world, it’s no longer good enough to provide a one-size-fits-all IT solution to every worker. Kathy Gibson spoke to Gareth Davies, HP Inc and HPE Brand Executive  at Pinnacle, to find out how IT can ensure...

Insight 2019: The year of the end-user application

2018 has been a stabilising year for end-user devices. Headlines about declining PC sales and booming smart device shipment numbers were not as frequent. Why? Because end-users are more certain about what they want (a device that makes them more productive) and device...

Get exactly what you want out of your PC

Francois Rheeders, product manager at Rectron, offers advice on how to make sure your PC is right for you needs. If you were offered the choice between buying a PC that meets all of your particular needs or one that only meets some of them, which would you opt for?...

Tips for small business owners buying a PC

SMEs need to get it right when they buy a new PC. Chris Buchanan, client solutions director at Dell South Africa, offers some tips. Define the role and select the right solution set for the job As a small business, you have created roles within your organisation. You...

The ‘M’ in Core M stands for ‘mobile’

What is Intel’s fifth generation Broadwell Core M processor series all about? You will find them in all current generation laptops and tablets – they boost mobility, portability and performance. What are they for? The ‘M’ in Core M stands for...